Katy Heinlein / Bio & CV

 

Katy Heinlein lives in Houston, Texas.

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2016
Cave Bacon, Art Palace Gallery, Houston, TX
2009
Project Space, Bryan Miller Gallery (CTRL), Houston, TX
2008
Katy Heinlein, Bryan Miller Gallery (CTRL), Houston, TX
Unknown Pleasures, Women and Their Work, Austin, TX
2005
Head Over Heels, Commerce Street Artists Warehouse, Houston, TX
2001
If and When, Lawndale Art Center (Main Gallery,) Houston, TX
When Push Comes to Shove, Cultural Activities Center, Temple, TX
1999
Situation, Studio Gallery, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2014
Fool’s Gold, Art Palace, Houston, TX (Two Person)
Outside the Lines, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TX
Katy Heinlein + Michael Blair, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, Belton, TX
2013
Movement into Form: Katy Heinlein and Daniel McFarlane, UTSA Satellite Space, San Antonio, TX
2011
A Room in Three Movements, Sue Scott Gallery, New York, NY
2010
Precarity and the Butter Tower (curated by Jackie Gendel & Tom McGrath,) Bryan Miller Gallery (CTRL,) Houston, TX
P’s and Q’s, Hyde Park Center, Chicago, IL
Deconstruct + Reconstruction, UT Visual Arts Center, Austin, TX
If Only We Knew Now What They Knew Then, Works by Melanie Crader & Katy Heinlein, Houston Arts Alliance, space125gallery, Houston, TX
2009
STIMULUS, DiverseWorks Art Space, Houston, TX
2006
P’s and Q’s, Glassell School of Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX
The Real Art World, DiverseWorks Art Space, Houston, TX
2005
Trickle Down (curated by Robbie Austin,) Firehouse Center for the Arts, Burlington, VT
2004
In Situ: New Work for Allen’s Landing, Houston, TX
Twang: Contemporary Sculpture from Texas (curated by C. Sean Horton,) Art Museum of Southeast
Selective Memory (curated by Chris Ballou,) The Bower Art Space, San Antonio, TX
2003
Red, Artscan/Rudolph Projects, Houston, TX
Assistance League of Houston Celebrates Texas Art, Williams Tower, Houston, TX
2002
Blip (curated by Sharon Engelstein and Aaron Parazette,) University of South Florida, Museum of Contemporary Art, Tampa, FL
2001
New American Talent, Texas Fine Arts Association, Austin, TX
The Big Show, Lawndale Art Center, Houston, TX
2000
Women in the Visual Arts, Erector Square Gallery, New Haven, CT
Houston Area Exhibition, Blaffer Gallery, Houston, TX
1999
Works Born at the Park, Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Museum, Shigaraki, Japan
1998
Materials, Process, and Vision, Texas Women’s University, Denton, TX

 

AWARDS/GRANTS
2008
Artadia Award, Artadia: The Fund for Art and Dialogue
2007
1st Place, William and Dorothy Yeck National Young Sculptors Purchase Award, Miami University, Juried by Mary Ceruti, Executive Director of the Sculpture Center, NY
2006
The Real Art World, Residency, DiverseWorks Art Space, Houston, TX
2005
Cultural Arts Council of Houston/Harris County Individual Artist Fellowship Grant Edward Albee Foundation, Residency, Montauk, NY
2000
Juror’s Award Recipient, Women in the Visual Arts, International Juried Competition, Juried by Lisa Dennison, Chief Curator, Deputy Director of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY
1999
Outstanding Stdent Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award, International Sculpture Center
1998
Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park, Residency, Shigaraki, Japan

 

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
Britt, Douglas. Check two exhibits before they’re gone, Houston Chronicle. June 24 2010.
Daderko, Dean. Roving Eye: Deep In (and Out of) the Heart of Texas, Art in America, March 2012.
Fry, Naomi. Critic’s Pick, artforum.com, February 2008.
Fry, Naomi. A Room, In Three Movements, artforum.com, Critic’s Pick, February 2011.
Goings on about town: Art. A Room, In Three Movements, The New Yorker, February 2011.
Klaasmeyer, Kelly. Katy Heinlein: Project Space, Capsule Art Review, Houston Press, September 25 2009.
Lark, Laura. Katy Heinlein, ArtLies issue 58, Summer 2008.
Levy, Michelle. The Tension of Objects in Space, Artslant, February 27 2011.

 

EDUCATION
1999 Texas Tech University, MFA, Lubbock, TX
1995 University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, BFA, Belton, TX